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Issue 45(12/2008)

Let us COMMUNICATE beyond technology and together understand the latest industry trends, analyze successful cases, find out about leading technologies and much more.
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Editorial

Tao Jingwen, President of Huawei Global Technical Sales Department: The prime cause for the present environmental and climate deterioration is human activities. It's nice to see that the whole mobile telecom industry is currently taking greater measures to improve this situation.
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Voices from Operators

Comium Mobile is the mobile division of the Lebanon-based multi-national telecommunication provider Comium Group. Our reporter met with Comium Mobile Group CEO, Mr. Jurgen Peetz, who shares their operation success and experiences in African market.
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Bell Canada, currently the biggest CDMA EVDO operator in Canada, recently announced plans to deploy HSPA by 2010. Mr. Stephen Howe, CTO of Bell Mobility explains their consideration for this HSPA shift and many more.
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Cover Story

O2 is dedicated to environmental protection and energy conservation in addition to continuously enhancing subscribers' communication experiences. By adopting Huawei's 4th generation BTSs, O2 is going to build a live and breathing network.
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How to Operate

Warid Telecom is the fastest growing GSM mobile operator in Pakistan. See how it works toward the goal of enabling access to communications for people in Pakistan.
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India is credited with leading the drive to promote a low carbon economy and its leading mobile operator, Reliance, is stepping up its efforts to open the door to green communications.
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As Iceland's leading mobile operator, Vodafone Iceland made the commitment to upgrade its GSM network to a green mobile network. With the implementation of the Huawei green BTS, Vodafone Iceland can genuinely be considered a pioneer in environmental protection.
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With the explosive growth of mobile communications, power consumed by the sites is rising exponentially. Energy conservation and emission reduction, and eco-friendly sites are now of prime consideration in network construction.
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In 2007, China Mobile green-lighted the Green Action Plan as part of their commitment to environment protection. The plan focuses on energy savings and emission reduction by building eco-friendly networks and using alternative energy and cutting-edge technologies for BTSs and sites.
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With an abundance of operation experience and incomparable development strategy, America Movil currently dominants more than half of the Latin American market, and continually strives towards reaching even higher goals.
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Media Insight

As mobile operators seek to extend their networks beyond the reach of power grids, they need to find alternatives to diesel energy. Find out more about the alternatives and viable practice for reference.
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As an important participator in the global communications market, Huawei attaches great importance to energy conservation and environmental protection and has achieved a series of high-level accomplishments.
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Solution

Green power, environmental protection and emission reduction are currently the hottest key words in the telecom industry. For CDMA networks, the need to balance these three factors while reducing CAPEX and OPEX has become imperative.
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A survey by Cellular reveals that 60% of the demand for communication service derives from homes and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME). Constructing a network for home and SME subscribers that is high in bandwidth, low cost, and provides continuous indoor coverage is a prerequisite of market success.
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Emissions of pollutants are on the rise along with energy consumption. "Green Huawei, Green Telecom, Green World" shows Huawei’s commitment to environment protection by ensuring environment-friendly telecom equipment.
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Core network is the major network power consumer and carbon emitter. Optimizing core network equipment, including all auxiliary equipment, not only reduces OPEX, but also helps operators fulfill the social responsibility that has now become an integral part of corporate culture.
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The bearer network normally contains large and costly core routing equipment and optical backbone equipment, a single piece of which consumes several kilowatts of electricity. To improve this, Huawei has succeeded in innovating network design, components, and equipment to conserve energy and space, and curtail bearer network TCO
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